In this article we've seen how to use the Visual Studio.NET wizards to generate and map data to controls on the fly. We've also seen how to setup relationships between two tables and how to use these relationships to displays orders related to one specific customer.
In part two of this article we'll discuss the purpose of ADO.NET and also look at scalability, XML and ADO.NET, the DataAdapter object, the DataSet object, typed versus un-typed datasets and more.
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